Daily Action

Submitted by lbeaumont on Tue, 03/28/2017 - 17:04

Actions you can take each day are listed here. Follow this indivisible guidance when making coordinated calls. If Bayshore has not identified an action for today, please use one of the call scripts provided by the national indivisible organization or take the Daily Action suggested nationally.

Contact your elected officials:

March 2—Ask your representative to support HR 1 to strengthen our democracy.

February 24—Read the 2021 Indivisible Guide.

February 9—Watch the second impeachment trial.

February 4—Read the House Impeachment Trial Brief

January 20—Enjoy inauguration day!

January 19—Read the updated list of presidential pardons.

January 13—Follow the impeachment proceedings.

January 12Read HR 21 calling for 25th amendment action.

January 9—Read the full text Draft of articles of impeachment against Trump

January 7—Study the twenty-fifth amendment

January 6—Watch congress certify the election results.

January 5—Follow the results in the Georgia Senate election.

January 4, 2021—Read the transcript of the Trump phone call to the Georgia Secretary of State

December 23—Read the list of pardons granted by Donald Trump.

December 15—Read William Barr’s resignation letter.

December 14Follow the Electoral College voting.

December 11—Read the Supreme Court rejection of the Trump lawsuit.

December 8—Understand Safe Harbor day.

November 24—Read the GSA letter authorizing the Biden transition.

November 19—Follow States as they certify election results.

November 7—Celebrate!

November 4Protect the Results

November 3—Vote!

October 28Support Supreme Court Term Limits.

October 22—Watch the presidential debates

October 21Track your ballot.

October 16Deliver your ballot

October 15—Watch the Presidential Town Halls.

October 14—Mark you ballot

October 12—Watch the Supreme Court Justice confirmation hearings

October 7—Study your ballot. Watch the Vice Presidential debate.

September 29 – Watch the presidential debate.

August 26—Read Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 177 regarding voting in the general election.

July 28—Zoom into our phone banking event  4 pm today.

July 27—Complete phone bank training to prepare for tomorrow’s Phonebanking Event.

July 20—Attend Phonebanking training 8 pm tonight.

July 14Send letters to voters

July 13Verify your NJ Primary ballot was received.

July 10Protect Democracy

July 7—Vote!

June 30—Deliver your primary ballot.

June 28—Mark your primary ballot.

June 17—Monitor your voting status and history.

June 16—Study your New Jersey Primary Election Ballot.

June 15Find your New Jersey Primary Election Ballot.

June 11—Learn the Eight That Can’t Wait.

June 3—Read the Police use of force project.

May 28—Read the Executive Order on Preventing Online Censorship.

May 25Prepare Voters for the NJ Primary election.

May 15—Read Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 144 Moving the NJ Primary to July 7.

May 5—Read Dr. Rick Bright’s whistleblower complaint.

April 24Register to vote in Indivisible's endorsement process.

February 13—Join the Payback Project.

January 14Celebrate NJ Senate passage of single use plastic ban!

January 8Help Australia cope with their extreme weather crisis.

December 18—Listen to the House of Representatives debate the Articles of Impeachment.

December 17—Read the Report of the Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives, “Impeachment of Donald J. Trump President of the United States”.

December 4—Watch the Judiciary Committee Hearings

December 3—Read the full Trump-Ukraine Impeachment Inquiry Report.

October 29—Read the text of the House Impeachment Inquiry Resolution.

October 28—Read the Opening Statement of Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman.

October 22—Read the opening statement of Ambassador William Taylor

September 27—Study the Nixon Impeachment Timeline.

September 26—Read the text of the whistleblower’s complaint.

September 25—Read the White House notes on the Ukraine Call.

July 30—Watch the presidential debates.

July 24—Watch Robert Mueller testify to congress

June 26—Watch the presidential debates.

June 4, 2019—Vote!

May 29, 2019—Watch Robert Mueller’s first public statement in two years.

April 30, 2019—Call your representatives and ask them to sponsor the Dream and Promise act.

April 18, 2019Read the (redacted) Mueller Report.

March 24, 2019—Read the letter from Attorney General William Barr to the House and Senate Judiciary Committees.

March 18—Attend the AH Workshop on banning plastic bags and limiting plastic straws.

March 8, 2019 — Support HR 1, the For the People Act of 2019.

January 23, 2019Call our Senators and ask to end the #TrumpShutdown

January 13—Read the Indivisible Briefing on the Wall and Shutdown.

January 7—Call on our representatives to co-sponsor and support H.R. 1.

January 5—Read HR 1 the “For the People Act”

January 2—Read and study the Indivisible on Offense strategy document.

December 21—Read James Mattis’s resignation letter.

December 10—Encourage passage of the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act, HR 7173

November 6—Vote!

November 5—Get out the vote.

October 18—Attend the Welle debate at Brookdale College, 7 pm.

October 16 Read the Proposals for Reform: National Task Force on Rule of Law & Democracy and ask your representatives to enact the report’s recommendations.  

September 27—Watch the Senate Judiciary hearings

September 19—Read the letter Dr. Christine Blasey Ford sent to Senator Grassley

September 15—Read Paul Manafort’s Plea Agreement.

September 8Listen to Barack Obama defend democracy in a speech to University of Illinois students

August 22—Read Michael Cohen’s plea agreement.

August 16Support the free press and responsible journalism.

August 13—Learn more about Brett Kavanaugh

August 1—Follow Paul Manafort’s first trial

July 22—Prepare for 100 Days Out events.

July 18—Follow the trial of Maria Butina.

July 13Read the indictment of 12 Russians in a conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States.

July 10—Meet Justice Brett Kavanaugh

July 7—Prepare to assess the Supreme Court nominee

June 30—Join the Families Belong Together March in Red Bank

June 21—Call on our representatives to say no to cruel immigration policies.

June 20—Join the Freehold Rally to Stop Separation of Families.

June 5Vote!

June 4Get out the vote!

June 2—Follow the Indivisible Candidates

April 30—Call on our representatives to say no to Gina Haspel.

April 9—Call on our Senators to say no to Pompeo!

March 26—Contact NJ State Representatives on several important issues.

March 24March for our lives!

March 22—Ensure our Senators Commit to voting against Nielson’s nomination.

February 27—Call on our representatives to protect Dodd-Frank oversight of big banks.

February 25— Call on our representatives to defeat the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act

February 15—Call on our Senators to support fair immigration legislation.

February 4Ask Congress to prevent Mueller from getting fired.

January 16—Continue to advocate for a clean DREAM act now.

January 8, 2018—Study the Indivisible 453 election plan and prepare for the 2018 elections.

December 18Call to defeat the Tax Scam.

December 13—Savor Doug Jones’s victory.

December 11—Call Congress, No DREAM, no Continuing Resolution.

December 4—Call your Representative in congress and tell them to go to conference on the tax bill.

November 27Place calls to kill Trump’s Tax Bill

November 20Stand strong against the Trump tax scam

November 13Study the Trump Tax Plan and call on our representatives to oppose the injustices.

November 9—Tell our MoC to Take the DREAMer Pledge

November 8Study the election results.

November 7Vote!

November 6Prepare for tomorrow’s election!

November 2—Study the Trump Tax Plan, just released, and oppose its injustices.

October 30Learn the basics and prepare to defeat the Trump tax scam.

October 23Oppose the Trump Tax Scam.

October 9Take these actions to influence our representatives during the October recesses.

October 2Study  the Trump Tax Plan and oppose its injustices.

September 25Stand Indivisible Against TrumpCare

September 24Investigate the censoring of government scientists and experts.

September 23— Tell the Senate: Reject Trump’s anti-science pick to head NASA.

September 19Take these actions to finally stop TrumpCare.

September 18—Chose from this Weekly Indivisible Action List.

September 16—Call and ask congress to keep gun silencers out of dangerous hands.

September 11—Choose from this Weekly Indivisible Action List.

September 5—Choose an action from this Weekly Indivisible Action List.

August 29—Call our representatives and ask them to support the DREAM Act, S.1615 and H.R. 3591.

August 11Petition the FCC to deny expansion of the Sinclair Broadcasting Group.

August 7Prepare for actions during the August Recess.

August 4—Watch the movie An Inconvenient Sequel.  

July 24—Continue to Resist TrumpCare.

July 18—Participle in a local #KillTheBill event and help end TrumpCare.

July 14—Understand the latest Senate healthcare bill.

July 12 – Watch the confirmation hearings of FBI director nominee Christopher Wray beginning at 9:30 am.

July 11 — Use this action plan and pressure our Senators to stop TrumpCare.

June 29 — Call your congressman at 10 am to oppose two immigration bills.

June 27 — Read the Congressional Budget Office analysis of TrumpCare.

June 22 — Read the full text of the Senate Republican health care bill.

June 19 — Use this action plan and pressure our Senators to stop TrumpCare.

June 13 — Watch Attorney General Jeff Sessions testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

June 12 — Call our Senators and ask them to oppose TrumpCare. Because they are likely already opposing TrumpCare, encourage them to speak out against TrumpCare.

June 8 — Watch James Comey testify to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Read the full text of his prepared opening statement.

June 6 — Vote!

June 1 — Call the Whitehouse at 202-456-1111 to express your continued support for the Paris Climate Change agreement.

May 31 — Read the full text of the Paris Agreement.

May 30 — Read the book On Tyranny, Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century, by Timothy Snyder

May 23 — Defend the Affordable Care Act in the Senate. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) score is coming on Wednesday.

May 22 — Call our senators and ask them to oppose S.951 the Regulatory Accountability Act of 2017 (RAA).

May 17 — Act on today's Indivisible Call to Action to defend democracy.

May 15 — Call your representatives and ask them to choose Truth over Trump.

May 11Sign this petition to demand a special prosecutor investigate the Trump-Russian ties.

May 10 — Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey makes it imperative that an independent special prosecutor investigate the Russian ties.

May 9 oppose the confirmation of Amul Thapar to the Sixth Circuit Court.

May 8 — Continue to take action against TrumpCare.

May 5 Fight back against President Trump's Religious Privilege Order.

May 4  Defend the ACA TODAY!!!!!!!!  House vote scheduled for 10:00 AM so call NOW!!!

May 4 Stop TrumpCare today. If you need more info, check out the updated Indivisible TrumpCare page

April 28 - Defend the Affordable Care Act (again)!

April 17: Call on your Representative to support the Presidential Tax Transparency Act (H.R. 305) and Demand It Gets a Vote through a Discharge Petition.

April 8: As Congress begins its recess, use these resources to engage your representatives while they are in the district.



Mon, 05/01/2017 - 11:54

Indivisible NJ4 Coordinated Call Mon. 5/1 - RISE UP!


Background: The lack of a concise, fair, and rational immigration policy is destroying families and denying individuals their right of due process. Trump’s policy has unleashed ICE agents from restrictions resulting in a 20% increase in deportations in NJ. The right of the individual to due process is circumvented by quickly deporting the individual. Local police are designated de facto ICE agents and assisting in the deportation.

Let's call Congressman Smith's office in D.C. at 202-225-3765 around 10:00AM

Caller: Hello, I am a constituent of Rep. Smith’s; may I speak with the staffer who handles immigration?”

Staffer: .................

Caller: Today there are many events dedicated to the fair treatment of undocumented immigrants in our country. It is time for a leader to rise up and lead the effort in development of a rational, fair, bipartisan plan for immigration including undocumented individuals. This leader could be Congressman Smith. Most undocumented immigrants are hard-working individuals and not criminals. They are parents and students with close ties to the community and some have even served in the military. The mass deportations, the denial of due process, and the inclusion of local law enforcement goes against Congressman Smith’s support of human rights and the basic beliefs of our democracy. Congressman Smith it is time to speak out against Trump’s policies on immigration.

If you have a personal story to relate to this issue, and are comfortable sharing it, please do - our elected officials want to hear how their policies affect our lives!